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Professor Fired for Reporting on Soft Tissue in a Triceratop’s Horn

Posted on July 26, 2014

Treceritops

​Los Angeles, CA—A scientist was terminated from his job at a California State University after discovering soft tissue on a triceratops fossil, and then publishing his findings. Pacific Justice Institute filed suit, yesterday, with the Los Angeles County Superior Court, against the board of trustees of CSU, Northridge, citing discrimination for perceived religious views. “Terminating […]

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The Classical Christian Curriculum: Marriage to a Corpse

Written by Gary North on July 16, 2014

classical-christian-education

To understand Christian homeschooling today, you must understand the work of R. J. Rushdoony. You need to understand two things. First, he saw education as a war of the worldviews. Second, he utterly rejected the underlying concept behind the so-called classical Christian curriculum: religious syncretism. The second position was an extension of the first. What […]

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State University Professor Is Paid $2,400 Per Hour

Written by Gary North on June 28, 2014

UNC

It’s tough teaching at the University of North Carolina. The hours are killing. I mean, 75 whole hours a year! Can you imagine it? The class time is 50 minutes per class. You do this three times a week for a crushing 30 weeks per academic year. And all they pay you is $205,000. That’s […]

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Immigration Reform: 8 Steps

Written by Gary North on June 19, 2014

Imigration

We are told that there is going to be immigration reform sometime later this year. We are told that the Republican Party in Congress is ready for this. That was before Cantor had his head handed to him in the Republican primary. The issue that sank him was his commitment to amnesty. I think that […]

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